I've been switching back and forth between a Kaizen lav mic and a Rode lav mic lately. The problem with the Rode is that the cable on it is very short so I have to use an external recording device. That means that I have to spend more time synchronizing everything in post production and that takes time. The Kaizen mic has a long cord, but I'm not as happy with the sound quality.
Luckily GORA asked me to review their microphone.
The GORA clip-on lav microphone has a cord that is nearly 6 feet long which means that I can plug directly into my camera and I don't have to worry about synching audio in post production. YAY!
The sound quality on the GORA clip-on lav mic is great once you get it positioned where you want and gives more flexibility than a shotgun or desktop microphone would. The GORA microphone does pick up a bit more ambient sound, but it's super easy to take that out in post production.
The GORA mic comes with a small carrying bag to help keep it from tangling when you've got it stored.
If you're looking for a lavalier microphone and you're on a budget you definitely can't go wrong with GORA.
You can purchase the GORA lav mic on Amazon:
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